@(DST) thanks so much for the insight! I said it would probably be the roughest because I really have not done as much research other than the big names. My draft 2.0 will be more accurate for the front and back half
Summary: Josh Selby suffered through a disappointing freshman season at Kansas which really hurt his NBA Draft stock. However, he has re-gained his mojo a bit during draft workouts and showed teams the potential that he possesses. There are still questions about position he will play at the next level and it may take him a year or two to find his niche, but he should be taken in the mid-teens to early 20s.
Player Comparison: Randy Foye. Foye is a combo guard with great athleticism who has yet to truly find his role in the NBA. He has not been effective enough as a true point guard, but is an undersized two guard. Selby has many of the same skills as Foye and faces the same challenge of figuring out which position he will play.